As the coronavirus spreads around the world creating a new wave of panic and uncertainty, the VC landscape starts to look desolated again.
The Shenzhen-based smartphone maker OPPO unveiled two new gadgets the Find X2 and the Find X2 Pro, both part of its flagship Find X series.
On February 27, Faraday Future founder and former CEO Jia Yueting filed a "Plan Term Sheet" with the Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California.
On Mar.4, China’s leading online long-term apartment rental companies Beike officially confirmed that it had completed a D+ round of financing.
The Indian hotel chain OYO is in the process of laying off over 5,000 employees worldwide. China will take the hardest hit due to the impact of the COVID-19.
As the COVID-19 outbreak shows few signs of ebbing, the impact of the epidemic is becoming evident in pretty much all industries. China’s new energy vehicle (NEV) sector is no exception.
Huawei launched HMS Core 4.0, the latest version of their in-house mobile services ecosystem.
On February 29, the California Department of Motor Vehicles issued a series of “2019 Autonomous Driving Disengagement Reports.”
Feishu issued an announcement saying that Feishu-related page links were banned by WeChat without explanation.
Uxin notified its employees that due to the issues caused by the COVID-19 outbreak，the company will suspend its operations for an indefinite time.
China’s VC market is coming into its own as the coronavirus outbreak seems to be easing its grip on the country.
While Gojek has reportedly denied its involvement in such talks, a potential merger between the two does not sound like something completely out of the question.
While the coronavirus outbreak is undoubtedly a matter of paramount importance, here are at least five factors that will put Wuhan on your list of cities to visit once it’s the outbreak has subsided.
Alibaba Local Services Company officially announced its acquisition of Keruyun, a SaaS company providing software and hardware for local lifestyle services such as catering and retail.
Robotic process automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) startup Laiye Technology announced today that it has completed its Series C financing round of $42 million.